Our previous thread reached 500 replies, so I start new.
I finished first half of S2 of Big Hero 6, I find it better than whole S1, maybe because of its better pacing. Liv Amara was more interesting villain than Obake with more relatable motive. Her subordinate Chris wasn't original or interesting, but threatening in the end. Karmi left the cast and I don't feel sorry, because for most of the show she wasn't the nicest girl. Megan seems like better replacement for her. I'll watch rest of the eps soon.
Momakase is our favorite villain, but who is your least favorite? Mine is Noodle Burger Boy, because he's most annoying character of the show. I know he's supposed to annoy characters, but not the audience too. I am also not fond to Steam Baron, because he's too bizzare to me.
I really do not consider Noodle Burger boy a bad guy, just reprogramed. Steam Baron is averge. And yeah I won't miss Karmi either, but knowing the writers, they will find a why to bring her back, and try to make Hiro and her get closer.
I see, so reprogrammed/brainwashed means not being a real villain. Fair point, for this reason MCU Winter Soldier isn't a considered a villain by fans. I still think the robot boy is simply very annoying.
Actually I did after reading positive opinions. They made Lincoln look better, enough for me to return to writing fanfics about him.
The Last Loud is like improved Jeers for Fears and One Flu over the loud house combined with Roughin It, but the story was pretty predictable and the zombie films they watched spoiled what the boys will do. I knew the zombies are dads, because their shadow figures were so obvious. I felt sorry for their dads, because their idiot sons could have killed them, if Rita didn't stop them.
Tails of Woe wasn't scary or climatic, but at least less predictable than the Last Loud and most importantly it developped Stella, now I see her as a brave and determined girl.
New Hunts is good Casagrandes episode. It's like HW version of A tale of two tables and deal me out with moral "family is the best to have fun with".
I think Lincoln and Clyde episodes have really worn out their welcome at this point if most of it is centered around their slapstick stupidity.
Tails of Woe really made Stella in this episode and I enjoyed every moment she was on screen, major improvement over Be Stella Myu Heart.
New Haunts was a fun Casagrande episode, Ronnie Anne and Sid are a bit different from Lincoln and Clyde, but they manage to have great chemistry and a great friendship. And they do not act like idiots for the sake of comedy. I know we are only a couple episodes in, but I do want to see Ronnie Anne and Sid have conflict/ disagreement.
I think Lincoln and Clyde devolved to creator's pests, meaning the writers don't like them or don't know what to do with them.
I hoped in S4 Lincoln would develop, but he didn't. S4 Lincoln is like flanderized S1 Lincoln, because his selfishness and stupidity were exaggerated. This isn't my Lincoln, my Lincoln remembers his lessons and is a good brother.
Or just abuse them for unfunny comedy sake, because they do not remember how Lincoln actually is, not how he was. And this is a big step backwards in the series if they keep repeating him making careless, selfish mistakes. Seroiuesly writers, move pass all of this.
Can't wait for Croaked to see how they handle the Day of the Dead concept. Ever since the movie Coco, my knowledge on Meixcan culture had improved.
I hope new writers will make Lincoln better. Alec Schwimmer, Eric Acosta and now Sammie Crowley left the show.
Coco was such hit that Mexicans try to make their own animated film titled "Día de Muertos". There main character is an orphaned teenage girl Salma, who doesn't know her parents, but thanks to a magical token she gets transported to land of the dead and tries to find their parents.
I watched Croaked on yt, but it's no longer available. I find is a very touching episode and gives more hints into Mexican culture.
Don't know when S3 of DT starts, but many fans expect this to be focused on Huey like S2 was focused on Louie. L kept learning that he needs to work hard to become rich and to not get drunk with power. What Huey can learn? In Terrafirmian episode he believed in what was written in his book and refused to believe in Terrafirmian until he saw them, in Timephoon episode he refused to believe cave ducks weren't primitive savages. So he will have to learn that logic and science doesn't always work.
Nevermind, just seen it. I thought this episode was nice and sweet on the Day of the Dead concept. I thought this episode would be the equivalent of saying Santa isn't real, but it's far from it. I also found it kind of funny the way the grandma just threaten Carl with her shoe, just like with Miguel in Coco? And Sid's mother took on gator, wow that is so cool. Ronnie Anne and Sid had good intentions, but it was the wrong way, still, it does not make them unlikable because of their efforts.
You find Rosa threatening Carl with her shoe funny? I don't, I never laugh from child abuse. Hitting children only proves that guardians are just incompetent in using words. Carl looked a lot like Miguel from Coco. I agree that Sid and Ronnie weren't unlikable, they wanted to make Adelaide feel better. I felt sorry for Adelaide, for Carl also, because he missed family party and family photo. Luckily for him he's next to the Loud House, Louds know him and will transport him back to his home.
I feel that Carl is expy of Lincoln in terms of unlucky boy. In Croaked he didn't do anything wrong, but asking too many questions. His family didn't even notice that he was gone, before it was too late.
Carlino isn't my favorite either, but I don't dislike him either. To me he was likable in Roll Model, he imitated Ronnie, because he wanted to be like her. He went too far with imitating her, but he's a little kid, so logic isn't his stong side yet.
I noticed that CJ didn't have focus episode yet, he deserves this. Carlitos also, Lily already had episode Any Given Sundae, so he also can have something like this.
Sometimes I wonder if Lisa would just move to her bunker like Lori once moved to garage. This bunker is a huge investment and yet almost never used, so it's a waste.
I think of a story, where Lincoln starts questioning if he's competent as a brother. In baby steps he was competent, but in mall of duty he wasn't the best baby sitter as he saw younger sisters as obstacles instead of sisters to take care of.
I don't mean to sound negative, and I do hope for the best in the show, but it's hard to do so with what we been getting just lackluster episodes. Oddly enough, I'm starting to get more interested in the Casagrandes then Loud House.
I mean, I liked Leader of the Rack, Any Given Sundae, Tails of Woe, Present Tense, and Kings of the Con just fine at least in some part, but so far I think TLH 4 has been the weakest one to me. Funny how I used to thin season 3 was a weak season from okay to meh episodes. But give it credit, it did produce one good episode or two.
My thoughts exactly. I am also more interested in CH than LH.
S4 made you think of S3 better? Something similar happens to me. When I was fan of Shrek, the 3rd film disappointed me, but after 4th film disappointed me more, I started comparing them and concluded that the 3rd film isn't so bad. Back to LH, 3rd seasons made stronger continuity, gave the sisters character development, changed status quo many times.
I personally think breastfeeding is cute, I don't like when such natural beauty is censored in my country. Thanks for the links anyway.
So Lori is unlucky and clumsy like Lincoln. But in the end she found a job suitable for her, organization is the best she can do. This probably comes from experience of looking after siblings. This episode is standard to me, maybe because I don't like Lori very much.
Recycled Toads and Tiaras. This time Lana is like Lincoln bakc then. Doesn't it make her a hypocrite? Lacey is cliche nasty rival.
Man, Can't Hardly Wait is the reason why I hate dealing with customers on a job. And to be fair, most of Lori failing as a waiter is because she followed Kataro's teaching. But for what it is, it that really taps into her insecurities of growing up and finding out what she is really capable of. And I think many of use went down that path of finding what we can and cannot do. I admit the episode did drag a bit, was still a pretty good Lori and even Lynn Sr. episode.
And a Mutt Above just was a simple bounding episode between Lana and Charles.
Kotaro gave Lori questionable advices. I felt he did it on purpose, so she would fail and he wouldn't have a competition. Or simply Kotaro didn't consider that every waiter has own style. I never had to dealing with customers, but I can imagine how hard it it.
Both episodes were nothing special to me, they are passable.
Awesome picture to really highlight the Halloween spirit
I think the problem with most Loud House episodes is that they are not utilizing enough. Like with Kings of Con, for a 20 minute episode on a Con, they could have gone all out, bring Lori's friends in the mix, have that Renee girl make a return. Like Go all out for that episode, but nope, just your standard typical Clincoln slapstick fest. And that is just WP, Wasted Potential.
Thanks. Now I'm seeing Stella, I think her outfit needs redesign, she doesn't look like a witch, more like poor pop star.
I was writing a horror fanfic about Lincoln with Lynn and few other kids gaining shapeshifting limbs and forming a secret club, but I cancelled it due to writer's block. Nowadays making fanarts somehow gives me more fun than writing fanfics.
I updated Stella's design, now she looks like Egyptian priestess. I plan to update it with Sid and Ronnie as mages of smoke and poison.
From upcoming eps I am not interested in Love Birds, because I never liked the pets. Rocket Men interests me more, but not much as it's another Clincoln episode. Before I watch Rocket Men, I'd like to hear your opinion first.
I watched the show for Loud siblings, not their pets. Pets Peeved reminded more Garfield than the Loud House.
We spoke about Avatar comics. I read most of trilogies - Promise, search, smoke and shadow. They are nice expansion of the original series. When North and South were released, I lost interest and didn't read any further.
Maybe it's just me, but i really do not think in Smoke and Shadow, Mai should not have been forgiven easily, considering that she lied about her father trying to overthrow Zuko. Her secrets not only Even if they both had evil fathers, they are not the same in terms of objectives. I mean Zuko's father was ruthless tyrant, and Mai's father was . I know Japanese have sense of honor even to their family, but come on. As far as I know witholding information or lying to a higher authority will get you into seroius trouble.
Mai became base-breaking or even hated character in the comics. They see her as unlikable hypocrite, in Promise she broke with Zuko due to him keeping secrets, but in Smoke and Shadow she herself had secrets. It's not Japanese honor, but more being conflicted about family and ex-boyfriend. Mai's father wasn't as abusive as Zuko's, so she was more fond to her dad than Zuko to his. Zuko wasn't just her ex, he was the ruler now. He admitted his mistakes and learned from them, Mai indeed got too much scott free. Maybe if she were punished, she would see her wrongs and learn something.
Speaking of Japanese sense of honor about family, Lincoln would be hated in Japan for his individualism, he would be considered more selfish than he already is in the West. Asians think family is more important than individual happiness, but compare to West, they think about it up to 11.
I am not done with the wikia. A reason I'm still on lh wikia is talking to my other friend Skillet. Also I already have over 100 days of activity since restore of my status, so I don't want to waste chance on achieving full 365 days.
My comments against Lincoln is a reverse psychology method. I do this to attract someone, who would remind me his positive traits.
Right, well just try to watch yourself and try not to say anything too negative with the way the Admist and moderators are now and days. Seems like they want to censor people now, or just be bias on who comments.
Good point to comment after watching, otherwise complaining is insubstantial. I will watch Casagrandes for sure, club of Two seems to have interesting plot.
Postiron became a chat moderator, so it's better to be careful, because he likes joking around.
I cancelled writing horror fanfic, so I can easily tell you what it was supposed to be, if you wish to hear it.
When you watch superhero films, don't you sometimes feel philosophy or messages are put there on force? Dark Knight had Joker, who kept explaining how the world works and blame order for chaos. He said to Harvey that world works wrong, because it's planned and he's not a man with plan.
I mean nothing is wrong with messages in superhero films, but some of them try too hard.
For example Dark Knight from 2008 had very hard messages. In the film I read those messages as corruption and ineffectiveness of cops, poorly designed law as cause of chaos, even the purest heroes can become a dangerous criminals, police is afraid of bad reputation, so they cover their dirty secrets, symbols based on lies mean sometimes more than people.
Dark Knight Raises continues showing ineffectiveness of cops, but also features results of anarchy and revolution of commoners, hate of the poor towards wealthy makes them easy to manipulate.
When I watched both films, I felt like they were trying to make me think about human nature, I expected entertainment only, but not this.
It was interesting indeed, it shows universal truth. People, who as children were abused and never supported don't believe in good and that's why they are easy to become bad guys. I think it was clever of Otto to fail on purpose so his bully would fail as well and one bad grade will be outnumbered by excellent grades. This backstory reminds me Batman's Riddler, who was abused by own father because he was smarter than him.
Me it's the old King of the Hill episode Hilloween, it's an episode where a women who is really religious tries to ban Halloween because she feels the holiday worships the devil and trying save people from sin and whatnot, which angers Hank because he wants to spend Halloween with Bobby to give him a fun experiance.
Look I go to church too, but that is not how Halloween is or what it conveys.
Nice reactions quite proper to this. Seriously making Lincoln flawed has been overused so much that it's annoying and discourages me from watching. I don't remember his strengths and the writers keep flanderizing his flaws. If they hate Lincoln so much then may they remove him from cast and leave him alone.
The show lost it's charm in S4 because of this. S3 focused on development of all sisters, but Lincoln had 2 seasons and didn't develop at all. Lincoln needs real development and not to be a flawed misfortune magnet. In 2nd half of S1, most of S2 and S3 Lincoln was one of the siblings, but now in S4 he's inadequate black sheep like he was in S1. Black sheep doesn't mean mistreated by the rest, but being inadequate. Unlike his sisters he again is unskilled and talentless and always skips important things. In Kings of the Con the sisters overshadowed Lincoln even in his comfort zone and in the Last Loud only he didn't evacuate with his family during the storm.
Kings of the Con made me lose respect for the Duo writers, even more than Ruthless people. The writers are so incompatent nowadays that it's better for the show to be cancelled, so the writers wouldn't ruin it even more. The writers tried to make Lincoln a copy of Charlie Brown and now they try to make him a copy of Bart Simpson, both characters are outdated and nobody laughs from them anymore. Toilet humor and outdated gags are overused and the show has less and less heart.
Rocket Men wasn't exciting, it was boring in first half and second half was what I saw already in astronaut films. Also most of the episode is about Lincoln and Clyde complaining instead of having fun. The apathetic guard was only funny, becuase I for such slacking off he should get fired.
Vacation Daze is mixed to me. Maria and Ronnie spend more time looking for each other than hanging out with each other. It's like an episode about big list of missed opportunities. Carl was stupid to keep glueing toys to himself and Bobby's overreactions made him look like a pathetic manchild. Those boys can ask other adults for help than Maria. I think Ronnie was smart to make a photo, so Frida would make a painting based on it. It's called OP ART.
Two of Clubs is the best episode this week. It's like Recycled Racing Hearts, but less dramatic and more comedic. I like that Sid likes robotic, because it makes her more interesting. Solution was good, join of their favorite activities.
Vacation Daze, yeah I related with Maria situation on either working too hard or being too tired to enjoy things. Yeah my parents always said that I work too hard sometimes. But better to have that set balance so you don't ever burn yourself out. Still, I got what I wanted on a episode centered around Maria. And yea, I'll admit Bobby acting whinning over small injuries was a bit much, but still enjoyable.
Love Birds just put me to sleep. I've seen black and white silent cartoons more entertaining then this.
Rocket Man is pretty much your same old generic Lincoln and Clyde slapstick episode. Give Rocket Man credit, the space theme camp was kind of cool, but that is pretty much all I can say about it.
I didn't watch Love Birds, because I am not interested in pets.
I go only to work and home from Monday to Friday and I don't go outside, because I don't have time, that's why I'm still unmarried. Like Maria I often take a nap after work.
Rocket Men is nothing special. Lincoln and Clyde complained for most of the episode and enjoyed only one thing, but too little and too late. They don't feel well even in their comfort zone. To me it also wouldn't be cool to eat space food or sleep in hanging position. Also why didn't Lincoln and Clyde tell the camp leader that the camp sucks?
Oh forgot about that, well it was fun Ronnie and Sid episode of them experinacing new things while still having creative differences. Maybe it was for irony sake, but part of me laughed when Ronnie got beaten up by those wrestlers.
It's nice to work hard, but never to the point where it takes a strain on your health, and I've been guilty of that most of the time. You got to know your limitations.
The Two of Clubs is like Racing Hearts done better. Sid became more interesting thanks to her interests in robotics. I felt sorry for the red-haired nerd always falling a victim of misfortunes. I left like the writers don't like nerds. Ronnie is tough, she can get better quickly. Still she's like normal fish in small pound, meaning she was the toughest in Royal Woods, but in Great Lake City she met someone tougher.
Oh boy, that surely wasn't pleasant, but at least know you know your limits. The best way of learning this is to experience limits.
I read descriptions of next episodes.
Snack Pact is little weird, because what's point of hiding food from Rosa? Horror-scope sounds like better version of Raw Deal, I think the love is love for skateboarding. Arr in the family sounds like good exploration of CJ. Finder Weepers sounds like a nice moral dillema.
Stall Monitor seems like butchering Lincoln's character even more, because since when he's a deliquent to be afraid of bad reputation? Pimple Plan doesn't sound interesting, because Luan is the main character. Good Sports is about Lynn competing with Mr Grouse in some sports, is sport all that defines Lynn? Geri-Antics sounds interesting thanks to serious topic that Lisa is afraid of Albert dying, let's hope it's better done than subplot in the Simpsons episode about Krusty's dad's death.
Yeah but that is not to say teh cause is understandble, considering that I also had that fear when I was little that my teacher might say something negative about me or my progress in school. Of course I was not paraniod about it.
So were there any episodes you liked in the Avengers Assemble cartoon, my personal favoite was New Years Resolution. The episode where Howard and Peggy get transported to modern times in order to stop Kang. It's clear they took inpiration from the movie, but it works due to the character interations and team ups
I like episode, where all Avengers but Black Widow turned into Hulks, this was quite funny to me and I enjoyed how Hulk is the smarterst and the calmest now. He nicely tricked Thor into hitting Ironman by telling IM says Thor's helm looks stupid in closer look. The Avengers were in Hulk's shoes, so they learned how he feels every day.
I like episode, where Thor got transfered into dystopian world ruled by Dr Doom, I liked how the Avengers tried to defeat Doom without superpowers.
Episode, where Tony and Steve dressed as Crossbones and Reaper infiltrated Red Skull's submarine and turned his allies against him.
Finale of S1 was spectacular.
S2 is mostly skipable, because infinity stones plot was done better in MCU, when plot with Ultron was done poorly. Squadrone Supreme is the best arc. Still In S2 I liked episode about Hulk, Captain and Widow meeting Russian equivalent of Avengers.
S3 has Zemo's arc as the best part of the season, especially when Zemo sees wrongs of his dad and tries to become better person. Shame Black Panther's Quest continued and subverted this.
Many suspect that in horror-scope "love" from prophesy for Ronnie is Lincoln. I actually think there are many kinds of love. Sooner I'd expect Ronnie's love for skateboarding. I'd like to see Lincoln hanging out with Sid to the point Ronnie feels like 3rd wheel.
I can imagine about Frida. She worked long an hard on a pinata and she likes this so much that she refuses to let it be used and destroyed.
Horror-scope interests me only, because Lincoln meets Sid, so it's meeting of my favorite characters.
Snack Pact will probably end with Rosa feeling hurt by her family don't appreciating her cooking.
Stall Monitor has new writer, Andrew Brooks, I never heard about him before, so I don't know what to expect.
Pimple Plan has Luan as main character, but I never liked Luan. Only Funny Business and Head Poet Anxiety are her good episodes, when rest is either cruel April Fools or boring episodes.
Every time I see new pics of Maggie and Luan like this https://tlb.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=92906, then I feel I have to make pics of Maggie and Lincoln as counter, but I don't have any concepts or ideas. She won't appear again, but I imagine her as Lynn's school enemy, because they are their opposites. Maggie is calm and mature and looks older than she is, when Lynn is impuslive and immature and looks younger than she is.
Really, you don't like Luan, I thought you did at first?
We just will have to see the episodes ourselves before we ggive our toughts to the plots.
Too bad Maggie gets more love in art then episodes
Also, you know what I would like to see in teh Casagrandes? I'm really hoping for an episode that is a flashback when the Santiago's were living in Royal Woods. I find it hard to believe that the family was able to function with no difficulties, because I know being a single parent is hard. I was raise by one most of my life.
Once I liked Luan, once not, because she had eps that ruin her and then redeem her. This pattern made me think Luan is dubious. I decided I don't like her in the end.
I think the same about Maggie.
Surprising that you wish to see flashbacks of Santiagos. We had some brief flashbacks in Roll Model, but there are more needed. Of course being a single parent is difficult, the show just doesn't show this.
We have something in common then. You say you were raised by one parent most of your life. For 5 years I have only my dad, because my mother died on a cancer. Back then I was already an adult, but I was in deep despair, to distract myself I focused on studies and work.
I see, but I still would like some explaining of their old life of the Santiago's, since I don't think Lincoln was Ronnie's first friend and so on.
You know with the new Ducktales peope call it a remake? To me, the series is not just a remake it's a reimagining. There is a large differences between remakes and reimaginings. Remakes are taking a original source and not doing anything majorly new with it but the quality of how it looks and feels. Reimagining's are keeping the source material, but adding new features that does not feel like the old material, but something new.
I would also like to see more of Ronnie's childhood. I heard a theory that Ronnie is like she is because she her father left her to work in Peru and she had to struggle with ridiculies as implied in Face the Music episode. This was even compared to Lynn in flashbacks of Middle Men.
Most people just don't know difference between reboot and remake. Remakes follow original scenario with not many changes, when reboots take more liberties. Speaking of Ducktales, I hope S3 will focus more on Donald. I know it's going to focus on F.O.W.L., so Beakley and Fenton and Darkwing will be major characters, but I really want better utliizing of Donald. I read that more other characters will be introduced like Goofy or Darkwing's adoptive daughter Gosalin. To me the show already has enough of characters.
I wateched Stall Monitor, it's not as bad as most people say. Many complain about Lincoln being punished, but one he brought this on himself and two he doesn't feel too bad about week-long detention and grounding. I dislike this episode, because whole plot comes from Lincoln's paranoia. It's not funny, but creepy to me. Raw Deal also is based on his paranoia. Lincoln learned to not live in fear and now he forgot it. I don't like this returning Aesop Amnesia.
Pimple Plan is just an ok episode, the siblings support Luan in cute way, but Luan and Benny aren't an interesting couple.
Snack Pact is in first half of Fed Up, when second half is A Tattler's Tale. Sergio was really obnoxious and played victim card, he was punished in proper way after exploiting them. I don't feel bad for Sergio, because he never was a nice character. Carl as ninja was a performer more than technician, but he's a kid, so what to expect. I didn't like Hector being stupid enough to mistake Carl and Carlota's clothes for his ones. In the end it turned out Casagrandes were paranoid for nothing, because those tamales were done by Rosa's recipe.
I haven't watched Horror-scope, because when I click on this link, it's said that it required decrypting key.
Stall Monitor was just what you expect from a Lincoln paranoia episode. The only good side was seeing the parents of the friends, and Ms. Johnson being put through choas was kind of funny, everything was just basically average at best. And Lincoln did get punished in the end for his deception, so yeah. Is it bad, Not really, but it is better then last.
For Pimple Plan, I have been waiting for an episode of Luan, not centered around April Fools. And again, this is why teenagers hate acne. But it does not last forever thankfully. ok it's official, I want to see more of Luan and Benny, they are just so cute together the way they work off their dorky personalities.
Just seen Snack Pack, also a fun episode with comedic hijinks ensue. Man the family acts like there were drugs in those Tamales. And that bird got what he deserved in the end. So yeah not as much as Horror Scope but did like this episode as well.
Stall Monitor introduced parents of Zach, Liam and Stella, but they aren't much interesting. Now we know why Zach talks so often about aliens, because his parents are alien freaks. Liam's mother doesn't look like him, she looks like strong hard working woman keeping the farm and her family alone. I wonder if she and Rusty's dad are single parents, because we saw them alone. Stella's mother looks like serious education mother, now we know who did Stella inherit her beauty from. To me the episode is average at best too. I hope no more Lincoln's paranoia episodes like this, Raw Deal or Shell Shock (but this time he had legitimate reasons as Ronnie is his bully).
I was a teenager and hated acne too. Then I'm happy you like Luan X Benny. I only don't like their dolls getting alive for sake of a joke.
The family acted more like kids about chocolate than drugs. Sergio blackmailed his owners in very obnoxious ways, to force them to buy trash things. He gives all parrots bad name.
I watched Horror-scope and I expected or rather wished to have interactions between Lincoln and Sid, I didn't care much for Ronniecoln. I like how her love prophecy was twisted thanks to ambigous syntaxes. I expected Ronnie's love for skateboarding, not lovebird. I like Lincoln kept Tobias Hershell, I like he keeps practicing magic. It's one of few recent episodes, where he wasn't a butt monkey.
For long people kept talking that Angry Birds 2 is a good film. I couldn't believe it, becuase the original film was awful to me due to gross humor and mean-spiritness. I watched AB2 and indeed this is quite a good animation with better humor and better use of characters and story is much better.
Ronnie seems to be most afraid of her family not giving her rest about having a boyfriend.
Sorry to say this, but I think Lincoln should be removed from his show for his own good, so the writers wouldn't destroy him anymore. He's supposed to be flawed, but his flaws are so exaggerated that he's no longer relatable. The writers give the sisters development and improvement, but nothing of that to Lincoln. I hoped Lincoln gets better later, but the later never came in S4.
Sorry for exaggerating, but in S4 he's written so badly that I lost hope for him. I think the best to end his suffering is to remove him. The writers rather write him as ethernal loser and a fool instead of improving him.
Yes, Lincoln wasn't a butt monkey in Horror-scope, what did restore my faith in him a little. I still think Casagrandes S1 is better than the Loud House S4.
You know another thing I liked about Wonder Women Bloodlines, is that I can relate to the movie like what Diana goes through with her mother and so does Vanessa of not thinking your good enough to earn parent approvel. I mean I felt that same way through college and trying to apply for a job, questioning if I'm good enough and so fourth.
I mean the last fight with Medusa the way Diana was getting badly bloody beaten, she was not only fighting for her people but for her mother to acknowledge her.
I know there was a Wonder Women movie before Bloodlines, but I like this one better.
I tried to earn my dad's approval by studying at college, fighting for certificates and getting my job. I tried to be as good as him, but I hardly was. He got his driving license by first try and I by fifth. I always wanted to hear that he's proud of me. Every time he said this I felt satisfied.
WW BL has this relatable motive of child trying to get parental approval, what makes it better to watch. I never rebelled like Vanessa, but I could understand her.
It's quite sad that sometimes children have to experience agony and pain, so parents would aknowledge them.
There were 3 WW films, animated in 2009, live action in 2017 and Bloodlines in 2019. They all feature same origin story. I can't decide which is better, because they all are good in their own ways.
Sorry for misunderstanding. Indeed, Bloodlines is better than 2009, due to better plot and parental approval is more relatable than war. BL also has more colorful cast, more iconic antagonists working together.
I watched first episode of Star Wars web show, Mandalorian. The story is nothing original, but costumes and scenery are nice to watch. There is almost no cgi. Since video game SW KOTOR I'm interested in group of warriors called Mandalorians and finally they get their own show.
Right my bad. Tell me, have you been watching all the DC animated films? Or just the ones that interest you only like the Batman animated films, since I did not think you would be interested in WW BL at first?
To me this wasn't an interesting episode. That's all I have to say.
I watched netflix animation Next Gen, it was well animated with art style similar to Big Hero 6. I find it as a nice to watch film, quite edgy but relatable. Just look at the trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf3ALGKgpGU
Finding Weepers - I knew that Ronnie and Sid won't resist temptation of spending money from found purse. They tried to earn the money, but couldn't do it on time. So they needed to make chores for that nasty old lady. Sad that the best way to learn lessons is to be harshly punished. Till this episode I thought the girls are morally superior to Lincoln and Clyde. Subplot of Bobby and Carl was good enough, but made me dislike Carl even more for his greed and swindling.
Arr in the Family - enjoyable episode, CJ had his focus, Ronnie was so supportive to him. That blond boy is like based on fanon Chandler, not only he lost but also was punished for cheating. I don't know what to think of Carl, he was mean in previous episode, but being pantsed down by Carlota for tricking her was a right punishment? I felt sorry for Carlos being damaged.
Good Sports - Lynn tried to convince Luna, Leni and Lola to watch sports with her, but they refused. Sorry, but this reminded me begining of NSL, where she didn't accept Lincoln's refuse when Luna mentioned she lets Lynn watch tv, because she doesn't want to be hit by her. I was amused, when Lola kept finding excuses to not watch sports with Lynn. Rest of the episode was boring and bit predictable, because Mr Grouse isn't interesting character to me.
Geriantics - it's like Lisa's version of the old and the restless. Serious topic, but I don't find the episode enjoyable, maybe because I don't like Lisa.
Many say does Ronnie and Sid become unlikeable because of spending someone else money. To me, the answer is No, because like I said lots of people can fall victim to temptation, and that's what they did. Whenever Lincoln and Clyde suffer punishment, it's usually a result of their stupidity. And Ronnie and Sid do make an effort to correct their mistake, rather then hide further.
Arr in the Family was fun-filled CJ episode and it was nice of the lengths Ronnie Anne goes through t help her cousin. So yeah I liked this episode. Carl's arrogants is a character trait of thinking he has knowledge but he does not. It was pretty funny in Arr seeing Carlota and Carl arm wrestle, but when he cheats she just pants him in the end which feels justified given his arrogant behavior.
Carl reminds Louie from Ducktales too much, because they both are arrogant and greedy brats trying to get rich in easy way.
Sorry to say this, but I feel Casagrandes suffers on double standard like LH, because girls and women are level-headed and lucky, when boys are either greedy (Hector), arrogant (Carl), ditzy (Bobby), absent (Arturo) or clumsy (Carlos).
LH and CG are going to have a hiatus as there are no info about next episodes.
Did you know they had cartoons back in the day based off of R Rated films, one of them I liked called Robo Cop?
Last Summer and Brother in Shade are being worked on as we speak, it's just taking some time due to writing improvement I'm trying to make. However when those two fanfics are done, I still do not know the future of Loud House fanfics, so it's up in the air right now.
And there is something wrong with Lincoln's eyes, looking like he popped a blood vessel.
Still as you look back on that old cartoon, yeah it may look a bit dated but for a movie adaption, it was pretty well for it's time. Better then most cartoons being put out now and days. Man, those sure were the glory days of animation.
I miss the times where cartoons were able to go above and beyond, now everything seems restricted now.
I watched 2 eps of Robocop, to me it's as entertaining as 90s Spider-man. Animated characters had quite realistic proportions and actions scenes were well played. You are right that it's a very good show compare to modern cartoons. Old animation technique is sometimes more attractive than modern flash animation. In 80s it animation required more effort, so it's worth appreciation.
Have you wondered why cops don't shoot to criminals with gun and hostages? Because if the criminal holds finger on trigger and is shot down by policemen, the finger will automatically pull the trigger and the hostage will get killed as well. Fingers of dead men get closed immediatelly after death.
I think policemen should use sleeping darts instead of bullets, if they want to capture criminals instead of killing them. Rangers already use it on wild animals.
At the very least some policement use those tazer guns instead.
You can also agrue for a cartoon Robocop cartoon seem very adult at the time. Sure there was no swearing or brutal blood violences but you get the idea. I also like that one guy in the show who is always jeloues of Robocop, but you love to hate him. Maybe it's just from watching cartoons for a long time since I was a kid, but I can tell most cartoons of what their target audinece is from how they are presented, like what is for kids, and what's for adults, or just both.
The new Ducktales is not just for kids but for adults who grew up with the original cartoon.
Serious message. My dad is alive, but he fell from stairs and his head is damaged. He has open wound about 10 cm long. I felt like he was about to die. Still this is a very stressful situation for me. I hope he gets better, because he's in 60s, so his wounds don't regenerate fast. Sorry, but I felt I needed to tell someone about it.
Just read the comics, best ones were the Casagrandes and Lincoln and Ronnie Anne speading time with each other. Liked the one where they were pranking Lori and Bobby, only for those two to turn the tides against them. Man, I never would have thought Lincoln would ever take part in Ronnie Anne's pranking game. They had what's coming to them nonetheless.
Even if your not a fan of the two, I also liked the Luan and Benny one, showing the differences of them, thus showin that not all couples have to have everything in common. Once again, they are so dorky that its adoreable or adorkable as I put it
Lisa likes to overanalyse things, at least she had some bonding with Lynn, but helping for being a test subject made Lisa look less sympathetic.
I like story about Linc, Ronnie and Sid hanging out together during raining. This should be in Horror-scope. I don't get how they got sunshine on roof, when it was raining.
My favorite comic is the last about Ronnie hanging out with Bobby, it was very heartwarming, especially when Ronnie started sobbing.
My least favorite comic was about Lincoln neglecting the pets and the comic about Lincoln and Ronnie pranking Lori and Bobby during their date. At least they got what they deserved. Making their hair burn was more like Luan's AF prankings.
Luan and Benny's story reminded me The Two of Clubs and Antiqued Off, because Benny likes anime robots and Luan doesn't, but for long she couldn't bring herself to tell this, so she wouldn't hurt Benny's feelings.
Nice comics also were about Leni helping Lola prepare for pegant. Frida making family portrait and Lincoln comparing his house to circus were also nice.
Yeah so overall it was a fun read, worth the wait.
I'm really looking forward to Ducktales S3, the writers and developers are really going to have their work ahead of them getting all those potenicial well known characters in the Ducktales universe. Also still wondering if this series is going to be 4 seasons since the original was also four seasons.
Still, I'm not against the idea of classic Disney cartoons characters merging with the Ducktales universe, you?
I'm also interested in DT S3, but it will probably air in 2020. I hope Donald finally is treated like a main character and gets much more screentime. Can't help, when he's my favorite Disney character. Sadly it seems like wishful thinking, because S3 will focus on F.O.W.L. and their enemy Beakley, but she also deserves focus as much as Donald.
To be honest I'm against merging Ducktales with other Disney cartoons, because that means too many characters to develop them all.
Guess we will have to see once they put a trailer out.
Do you think Jim Cummings had to pick one or the other with his roles in the new Ducktales series either to voice Negaduck/ Darkwing or Don Karnage, because he voices all them in the original. If so, that's a lot of work, even if his roles is limited.
Many complained about the new Don Karnage being more comical then menacing as he once was in the original. But he still retains his character, so I can live with this change.
Like Rob Paulsen, Jim Cummings is a VAV Voice Acting Vetern around his sixties
I still don't get why do people consider jerk characters in cartoons to be unlikeable characters, not knowing that is a character trait? Like yeah if a character acts like a douchebag or does something really bad, do we want to see them get their comeuppance, sure, but depending on the crime. Not just because they are jerks.
Because those people prefer to see things in black and white. Maybe because they got used to childhood shows, where black and white morality was simple for them. I know it from my own experience.
They don't try to see funny side of someone being a jerk (Bender from Fututama) or neglect that some jerk actions drive the plot forward (most villains). Jerks sometimes have point, what makes viewers to rethink their philosophies, for example Jameson rightly points out that Spider-man destroys more than saves. Some are jerks for sake of realizing it and get development like Zuko from Avatar the Last Airbender.
For what it is worth, I think One of the Boys had a nice idea, it just was not executed correctly. I love Rob Paulsen, but he was just not right for the role. And neither of the remaining cast of the ninja turtles could save the rest of the episode.
I decided to return to watch Marvel Spider-man again. Superior Spider-man was a well adapted story arc, but I grew tired, so I took a month break. I returned and goblin nation arc is more interesting than I thought. First two eps about them are full of surprises.
In real life my frigde got permanently broken, ice within it melted and flooded my kitchen. I used Black Friday chance to purchase a new fridge. Tomorrow it will be installed and the old one taken away. It endured 17 years, so it's quite long.
Just watched the last episode of S2 of Marvel Spider-Man, it was quite the finale. Honestly, S2 really dragged with with it's Peter being trapped in a robot body story, and even the Goblin Nation story started to drag with it's episodes where most of it could have been resloved in a few. Most of the story, I was acting like come on, you could have resovled that in one episode or two, not three to five episodes.
Still, the finest moment to me was on Dr Octopus past life and him gaining more of a understanding on Spider-Man
Due to having similar problem I watched the simpsons episode "Todd, why have you forsaken me?". Todd lost faith after death of his mom. I don't know what's moral of this episode, but it reminded me what I already know. My mother is gone, but I still have father, so I have to take care of him now.
At Black Friday my dad purchased new fridge, because the old one stopped functioning. Today it was installed, so now we have to get used to this.
I read news about a dead Physeter on beach. It died, because it ate plastic trash, it wounded its digesting system. This reminds me how stupid and uncaring people can be. I wonder how many animals and humans have to die, so humans would stop littering. At least I don't throw trash into water, but to containers.
Looks like typical spy film, but that's fine. I keep asking myself why wasn't the film made earlier? Taskmaster looks more like a motorcyclist than skeleton knight, but I hope fights with him will be spectacular. Red Guardian looks funny, because he wears his costume despite being fat and bready. He looks like Santa Claus trying to be a superhero.
I wish Maggie returns and in S5 she's Lincoln's schoolmate. She was born in June as shown in Funny Business and turned 13, when Lincoln was born in summer or spring, so he can be a little over a year younger than her instead of 2 years.
Two years is really not that old from someone. Just like how three years isn't with Dipper and Wendy. May not have been a shipping, but I do like their interaction together, so I find it, well, cute. Mainly because lots of people are akward being around their crushes.
Akwardness can be funny, like this scene from GF for example.
Thanks for reminding me this cute scene. I remember how Wendy and Dipper interacted, like good friends. I never shipped them, but I also had nothing against it. Akwardness is funny, when not overused. In this scene it was cute.
I liked Gravity Falls, from supplementary material I know that Dipper's real name is Mason. I don't get why many fans don't like him having this name, it doesn't sound bad.
It's kind of ironic how people seem to critize us both because there are things we find funny and things not funny thinking we have no sense of humor or does not understand comedy. But I understand it pretty well to know most comedy comes from character misery. But you can't just have character get hit over nothing and call that funny. I'm also grown enough to know many innendoes in cartoons. Like a joke does not have to be said, but it can be shown. So yeah there are things I find funny and things I don't, my humor just works in different ways. Just because we don't laugh at stuff does not mean we don't understand it.
And while LH does not always get a laugh out of me, I do understand jokes that it entails in some episodes. So does Simpsons with it's humor even if it can be hit or miss while not relying to mean-spiritness humor.
That's the smartest thing I've heard today. I don't find funny when someone has a misery, it's not a reason to laugh from someone's suffering. LH and the Simpsons depend mostly on this, they focus too much on dark and too little on comedy. I understand many jokes, but they don't make me laugh.
When running gags repeat too often it stops being funny.
It's easy to feel sorry for Lincoln Loud, because even if he brings troubles on himself he often suffers more than he deserves. Mostly it's easy to root for him, because his sisters have disproportionate advantage over him.
I watched LH nowadays not for comedy, but story and character development and heart. For same things I watched Gravity Falls.
I'd call it satisfaying when an arrogant jerk suffers instead of funny. I still don't feel sorry for such one.
In one Simpson episode Bart behaved better just to go on class journey to submarine, but he made a minor mistake by bringing mud on his shoes, so Skinner didn't allow him to go. Skinner was such jerk to Bart, that I thought he deserved to be pranked by Bart and Homer.
In LH after seeing how gross and greedy and selfish Flip is, I don't feel bad when something bad happens to him.
I one Looney Tunes episode 2 dogs bullied Sylverster just because they could, so I felt satisfied when Sylvester transformer into monster cat and gave at least one dog what he deserved.
In Looney Tunes Show Cecil Turtle tormented Bugs by denying him TV and giving him false hope just for fun, so it was satisfying to see Bugs intimidating Cecil and Daffy firing him.
I just never understood why many complain about so called white washing. It's just an actor/actress doing their job.
What were your thoughts about Marvel Spider-man? Initially I thought that maybe it's more serious and better than Ultimate Spider-man, but when I saw cheaper animation I got skeptical. I watched it and I got more enthusiastic thanks to the stories. I think it's good as adaptation of the modern stories like Spider-Island, Superior Spider-man or Goblin War. It's does better job with newer stories than the classic ones, which were already adapted by 90s series. Newer heroes and villains are better done than older ones. For example I don't like Scorpion in Marvel Spider-man, because he's a flat character. Upcoming season in 2020 is called Maximum Venom, but I got bored with Venom, so I'm not very enthusiastic about it.
Well I think the series is okay, it's no SPectaclar Spider-man, let alone Spider-man animated series. Some story ideas work, others kind of drag. And when it does, it's just a borefest. But that is not to say the series can get emotional. Like with Otto dying at the end, and I actually felt for him. Like I believed his good intentions, and it does not feel forced.
S3 of Marvel SM will premiere in 2020. It's called "Maximum Venom", I wonder if the show will adapt forgotten story arc "Planet of the Symbiotes" after 2018 film Venom failed to do this. If the studio doen't want to introduce new characters as Riot, Scream, Lasher, Agony, then Gwen, Anya and Miles can be among hosts possessed by colorful symbiotes.
And of if only Tabby and Liem did follow up, but I guess that is what fanfic is made for. And yeah I don't know what to expect with a title like Maximum Venom, unless that will be their version of the Maximum Carnage story, which seems unlikely.
You wanna know how to do feminism right in shows, then watch this.
Thanks for the video showing right feminism. For over a century a woman bashing a man is played for laughs just because for most of history men mistreated women. Instead of revenge, they should seek coexistence, because only together they can survive.
I hope feminism often confused with misandrism won't be in LH, we have enough of fights between Lincoln and his sisters. Nobody needs his sisters join feminist and Lincoln being uncharacteristically misogynic for sake of justifying this plot. The Simpsons and Futurama made boys vs girls like this.
What cartoons and shows seem to not realize is the concept of Feminism is not about, bashing men, women being superior to men, or preaching to women about being dominant to men. It's about men and women being equal to each other. To cartoons that focus on gender equality I say this, TAKE FREAKING NOTES!
While Futurama did not have much of it, Simpsons misused the concept a lot, and not in a postive way. And just makes you wonder do they even know what Feminism is.
In real world are also those feminists, who keep preaching about toxic masculinity and ignoring that toxic feminity also exists. They don't seem to see difference between feminism and misandrism.
Futurama had this wrong feminism in 1st ep of season 3. The Simpsons makers prefer to exaggerate and misinterpret feminism for sake of a joke. They don't make much for research. They also neglect research in other cultures, that's why eps focusing on Brazil, Australia and Israel aren't well regarded in those countries.
Many times I saw in tv parody of imposter tropes. For sake of a joke the imposter is nicer than the original, so the original's friends prefer the imposter. For sake of a joke original's friend asks a trick question, because knows that the original would act jerk about it. In another story the imposter acted like a jerk and the original had to pay for this mess.
I hope in LH won't be something like this. It would be painful to watch if the sisters prefered imposter Lincoln over their brother. If Lincoln was missing and Lisa cloned him, it would be realistic that Lincoln is upset jerk, when he returns.
How did you know about the demon dragon Mark Hamil voiced in the TMNT since you don't care for the series?
I know your not interested in the TMNT 2012 series, but the series had some really emotional moments and it have the balls to kill off Splinter which is a sad scene because of how much he was there for his sons through beginning and end.
Does shows have to be all 100% seroiues to you in order to get your attention, because if it does then that's boring? I mean even the original Batman cartoon with it's dark tones had some funny moments.
I don't like 100% serious stories, nor 100% funny. Ultimate Spider-man and Teen Titans Go! were too silly for me, when Tangled the series became too dark for me.
There must be some proportions, but I'm not really sure what are those proportions exactly. Batman TAS knew how to give right proportions. Samurai Jack in first 4 seasons knew when to be serious and when to be silly, when season 5 focused far more on seriousness. The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra also knew when to be funny and when to be serious.
Still much depends on how likable protagonist of the show is and how interesting story is.
Is it too much to ask for a Lincoln episode where he does shine on his talent like in Pulp Friction, since the other sisters shined on their abilities? It just does not seem fair, unless he's made to be a screw up, if so that is real sad.
Be funny if not ironic if it took five seasons to fully develop Lincoln.
I keep asking the same question. Because of this I often felt the show is misandristic, combined with girls being more lucky and level-headed, when boys are either weaklings (Lincoln and Clyde), selfish jerks (Carl and Lincoln) or man-children (Bobby).
Lincoln got virtually no development as he keeps forgetting his lesson to re-learn them again. Lynn got development in S3 eps, but in Racing Hearts and Good Sports she behaved like she forgot it.
I just had a thought that Lincoln in Brawl was like Frank Grimes in the Simpsons, only sane man can't survive in world of insane. Same can be said about Lisa in Snow Bored, Making the Grade, Friend or Faux.
205 days more and I have achievement 365 days of activity on LH wikia. It's hard to be there, when FreeSpirit98 is there, because his wishing Lincoln the worst like Luna beating him in Garage Banned or Lynn in Hero Today Gone Tomorrow makes him uncomfortable to speak with.
2020 is coming, so I wanted to read about LH the movie, but I forgot it was rescheduled to 2021. Kevin Sullivan is responsible for script, it's already a reason to worry, becuase he's recently hit or miss writer. I still can't understand why author of sexist episodes is given a task of writing lgbt episodes.
The Sweet Spot - kids fight for the best seat and destroy the van, nobody learns anything and before the fight nothing interesting happens. I personally blame parents, because they are too avaricious to repair car seats.
One of the boys - wasted potential and pure sexism stereotypes
Brawl, No Laughing Matter, Friendzy - no comment
Vantastic Voyage - recycled Out on the Limo, Lynn Sr was even more unlikable than Lincoln and giving the new van for the old crumbling one makes the episode completelly pointless. If Lincoln inherits the van as adult, then I hope he'll sell this and replace with better car.
L is for Love - 10 unfinished love stories, 10 prologues with no development, lack of chemistry makes me not care about those love inetrests
Absent Minded - pointless and boring Clincoln episode
Jeers for fears - 11 minutes of annoying screaming by Lincoln and Clyde, who don't get less cowardly in the end
Stage Plight - boring and slow love story with annoying Mr Coconuts and Mrs. Bernardo
Last Loud on earth - predictable episode thanks to telling in short what will happen on the start of the episode, also the fathers weren't covered in shadows well enough to not recognize them
Uh-huh, if you say so. But I still say Kevin's postives outweighs his negatives.
Well I know you may not be interested, but one thing I got to give the TMNT 2012 series credit for is the inspiration of the villains, since most of them are based on actual martial artist like with Chris Bradford being based off og Chuck Norris, Xever based off of Jim Kelly, and the most obvoiues Hun based off of Bruce Lee. I may be a sucker for it mainly because I was a fan martial arts movies and weapons and so fourth. One of my personal favorite martial arts movie back then was the old movie, The Last Dragon.
Then I'm happy you think better about Kevin's works than me. At least you are satisfied.
I actually know that Bradford was based on Chuck Norris and Xever on Jim Kelly, but I never associated Hun with Bruce Lee. I heard many viewers don't like this version of Hun, but I never disliked him. I am fan of Chuck Norris, so I can understand why you like characters based on martial artists. So how did you feel when Xever and Bradford were mutated? I prefered them as humans.
In this show Tokka is an alien kaiju-like monster, this was quite original interpretation in my opinion.
I watched 3eps story about Turtles summoned into dimension of Miyamoto Usagi. It was a nice arc, even if Kintaro was annoying, because his guardians were incompetent at raising him. I am familiar with Usagi and I'm surprised he still didn't get his animated show.
Kintaro was pampered most of his life, so it makes sense why he acts this way.
Yeah if you don't watch the whole series at least watch some episodes that interest you. I do love the series even if it's not flawless, dare to say it is one of my favorite reboots. I agree there are too many mutations, but it is not a turn off for me. Also, I think they could have taken some notes from the 2003 series of adding holiday episodes.
I also recomend watching the last episode with the classic turtles in it, And yeah it would be cool if Usagi had his own series.
I also think the series could have gone in dept about Chris Bradford's past and how he got invovled with Shredder, because a famous guy like him had everything, yet he turns to the side of evil for it. Why is that? Like did his superstar career start to fade, so he got mixed up with Shredder. Was he bored of his rich life. Yeah, it begs an explanation.
I mean at least in one episode it goes into Xever's past because he was street thug to at his youth.
And about Hun being this Bruce Lee look alike, yeah they should have stuck to his original design
I watched the last eps serving as crossover between 87 and 12. The best was making fun of old cartoon cliches, isn't it deconstructive parody? Those eps were like character arc for Beebob and Rocksteady, because they realized they want to be respected and they prefer to be heroes instead of villains.
I thought Bradford is Shredder's apprentice, who worked as celebrity to gain money for his boss. Even mafias need legal money sources for their operations.
As for Miyamoto Usagi, a French studio Gaumont Animation On February 8 2018 announced that a CGI adaptation of the comics is in development. Still no new info since then.
Titles of upcoming eps of LH and CG were revealed, but it would be nice if also release dates and descriptions were revealed as well.
When I watch Robocop 1988, I appreciate how realistic lines it had. Most satisfying episode was when that jerk cop became a criminal for attempted murder and Robocop could finally arrest him. Another satisfying "karma" is how sleazy reporter's boss fired and punched him for discrediting Robocop.
LH eps Exchange of Heart and Community Disservice will premiere in January 25. I still think making us all wait so long is trolling from Nicktoons.
Yes, any voice actor talking to himself is nice to watch. Rob Paulsen is a talented voice actor veteran. Grey Griffin in LH voices Lola, Lana and Lily. When I watch it, I wonder if the actress constantly changes voice during talking to herself or she separatelly records each sibling.
Sorry, but HW arc of tmnt 2012 doesn't sound interesting to me, because I saw adventures with classic monsters many many times.
What do you think of Robocop cartoon from 2000s? To me it was enjoyable despite it's more fantasy/sci-fi than 80s cartoon. I still prefer 80s version, because it's more grounded.
Robocop Alpha? Nah, does not appeal to me as much as the 90s cartoon. The animation is nice, but the cartoon itself seems too cliche and standard. And Robocop seems more robotic then human. At least in the 80s version, he had a shred of humanity inside of him
Considering that they had four seasons, it will really make you wonder why they would choose to do a time skip in season 5, when they had plenty of opportunties better. That is not to say I'm not open to the idea, but it's just with the way they do contenuity.
If they do have a time skip in season 5, I only ask. Please, Please, Please, evole Lincoln and Clyde's character
I am more interested in Lincoln's development. Clyde already got developed by becoming principal's assisstant. Clyde in most eps appears just to remind he exists, he doesn't bring much to the stories.
I may be exaggerating, but I blame Clyde for creating distance between Lincoln and his sisters. Most viewers wish to have more Lincoln and the sisters episodes than Clincoln episodes. In many eps certain sistes could have played Clyde's role, for example Lucy in the Last Loud, because both siblings seem to like horror films. Lisa in Rocket Men, because both siblings are interested in space travel.
It can give Clyde more development, maybe take what he learned from Lincoln on being an older sibling. Because I really do think Clyde has the potential to be a big brother, otherwise it can be a romance episode.
And don't know what to think of this Lola episode.
Speaking of Clyde as big brother, now I wonder if he knew how to take care of babies in 2 boys and baby, then why did he ask Lincoln for more advices in Baby Steps? Negative continuity? Clyde already treats his cats as his younger sisters, at least people say this.
The description is uncharacteristic for Lola, because she never took anybody under her wing and it looks too nice for a spoiled brat with anger issues. I think of Lola as one of the most overused sisters, so I'm not excited. Same I think about Lori and Luan.
No doubt the last episode of Robocop was most emotional and most personal, becuase Murphy was looking for his murderers and was conflicted between justice and revenge, what showed he was still human. When I watched the show again, I remembered almost nothing from my initial watching.
According to Ducktales wikia S3 will premiere after Jan 2020. In meanwhile I watched some eps of the original show, it reminded me fun I had as a kid, also this made me different understandings of some episodes. When I heard voices, I started remembering that most of original cast passed away in both American and Polish dub.
I hope S3 will focus on Donald and Huey, because I feel they are most underutilized characters. Some viewers think that Huey is an autistic kid, but I never saw him doing anything resembling this.
You asked me once if I watched Robocop and I did long ago as a kid. After this conversation I decided to watch 12 episodes again and I enjoyed it. I like this short series. We have different tastes, but not that different. We both watched most of Disney, DC and Marvel animated shows.
TMNTDude1987 asked me about modern Marvel cartoons before he watched them on Disney Plus, he enjoyed Avengers Earth Mightest Heroes. He asked me if Avengers Assemble is worth watching and I said it is. I warned him to not watch Ultimate Spider-man, because it's Marvels equivalent Teen Titans Go and to not watch Hulk and Agents of Smash, because it's lucklaster.
I wastched a lot of 80s cartoons back then, mostly action packed ones. Another show I watched when I was a kid based off a movie was Ghostbusters called the Real Ghostbusters. It's a fun cartoon with great plots and story. Some might find it dated since it was back in the 80s, but still worth the watch compared to all the other Ghostbusters media that came out during the years.
In terms of the TMNT 2012, maybe I recemend watching episodes with Karai in it, because Karai is a cool character in this version, but that's just me. And I like how she struggles with her ideneitiy considering how she was raised by Shredder. Episodes that are the final confrontation with Shredder are the main highlights to me. Like I said only watch some episodes that interest you, but not all. Because even I admit there are episodes in the series that I find dull, even with the action packed.
80s cartoons I watched as a kid were mostly young kids show like Ducktales or Gummi bears or Garfield. Robocop was one of few action cartoons imported to Poland, where was a strong censorship back then. Real ghostbusters was never imported to Poland, so I'm not familiar with this. Due to censorship Darkwing Duck was emited only in 7 episodes.
I agree 2012 version of Karai is most interesting. Not only she's a rebelious teenager, but also she has conflicted loyalties and is arguably the most developed character. When Karai got mutated, it was very scary and I dramatic. Luckily she could change form on her wish, but it got worse when Shredder used mind controlling worms to have her back on his side. After all lies, manipulations and attrocities he did to her, it was nice to see Karai reject and disown Shredder.
Tiger Claw is a knight of Cerberus, what means, he's a serious threat after many incompetent villains. TC himself captured Karai after her treason and the turtles couldn't save her from him, because he outsmarted them.
Poland is poor, that's why they can't import all medias. I'll try Gargoyles, they also weren't imported to Poland.
I watched 19th ep of Big Hero Six S2. In opening I actually guessed Momakase's sidekick is Hiro, because he's small height and Hiro wasn't among the heroes fighting her. Momakase gave Hiro a serious blackmail to force him to help her steal from Yama. Hiro nicely planned how to break into Yama's house. I was surprised to learn that Momakase's target were katanas, her family treasure. I liked when Momakase used ninja skills to jump from building to building, when Hiro used his sonic gadgets. I'm glad there was no bad blood between Hiro and his friends. Like you said Momakase got character development, hope she's an anti-hero more than a villain. I didn't think she could be after finale of S1, where she was unmoved unlike Globby by Obake's destructive plan.
Fred was annoying in this episode, so I didn't feel bad when bad things happened to him. But more annoying is Megan's father. Megan is sadly more competent investigator than her dad. Good that Krey, Granville and Calahan refused to say anything, but Megan nicely connects all to Hiro. I'm afraid Megan will be Hiro's enemy, this reminds 2nd half of S1 of Marvel's Spider-man. Too bad, because I like Megan.
Bobby's stress in Casagrandes now reminds me more of Lori's stress in Driving Ambition. If that's for sake of making him similar to Lori to look like match, it's a poor job. In Can't hardly wait making Lori incompetent and stupid enough to lock herself in fridge to look like Bobby was simply stupid and lazy.
I know Slade is not father or the year in this, but everything Slade has ever done was for his family, yet his past caught up to him, only for his own kids to turn against him. Both of his kids got the meta gene inside of him, something Slade could not control himself. His son did not even seem grateful for teh rescue. I hope there is at least remdemption in the next few stories on this series. This was a really sour note to leave on, even at the first episode.
Slade in this incarnation at least tried to be a good father, his problem was that fighting and killing was all he could do, so he couldn't take different job than mercenary. He could have try to find work as physical worker or a bodyguard or bouncer or security guardsman. His kids turned against him, because he never formed a strong bond with them. He didn't know about Rose's existence and Joseph blamed his father for losing his voice and kidnapping. I agree the first episode was very sour, because Slade lost everyone he cared for and he isn't blameless.
Have you watched Big Hero 6? I did, it was a nice episode in my opinion.
New villain Sirque is well designed, French woman expert at acrobatics and physics, she stole Krei's data to build teleporting device. Hiro saved the city from instabile device, but Sirque escaped. I was afraid Megan would become Hiro's enemy, I'm glad it didn't happen. Hiro told her that's it's her choice what she'll do with this information, because he trusted her and she decided to keep his secret. This was heartwarming. Also Hiro found Baymax's old body.
Hard to say which DT S2 episode is the best, so I'll tell about my choices first.
The Town Where Everyone Was Nice is my choice, because Donald finally got screentime he deserved, Jose and Panchito made guest appearance and the trio singing togheter was nice to hear, deadly plant hidding in the town was a nice plot twist.
Frienship hates magic also was interesting, because I wasn't sure if Webby's new friend Violet is Magica in disguise or not, Lena returned and it was interesting to see how she struggled with her paranoia and jealousy.
A Nightmare on Killmotor Hill is perhaps the most fantastic, because in dreamworld all kids had their dreams shown in surreal ways, many upredictable things happened in those dreams, but the most interesting was Lena's character development, because she learned to trust her friends more and she gained self-confidence after realising that Magica is powerless.
After comparing those three, I think the best of the best is A Nightmare in Killmotor Hill, because it has most interesting story, has creative animation and is very colorful.
I read BIS. So Lincoln took part in art contest, but lost. This reminded me The Simpsons episode, where Bart studied like never to write a history test only to fail again and cry, all for sake of giving moral "failure is an inevitable part of life". Lincoln got used to failing, but the sisters made video showing how he helped them. Young Lincoln giving Lori home-made trophy after she lost golf tournament was the cutest. You surely put lot of effort to write short poem Lucy used to cheer Lincoln up. Lincoln had to learn he doesn't have to prove his worth. To feel better he needed to tell about his insecurities and try something new, even with failure he still got some progress.
Took me long, but I watched Stress Test. It's like improved Study Muffin, because more realistic and more serious. It explored Bobby's insecure side, I could relate to his problem, I also was nervous at tests. Ways Carlos Sr tried to help Bobby reminded tortures more. Rosa's ways were ridiculous, but Carlota's ways were interesting at least. It came somehow out of blue that Bobby feels comfortable in mercado only, but good that Ronnie found a way to use it to help him. Carlino getting annoyed, because he couldn't eat cake was perhaps the funniest. I only didn't enjoy Vito in the end, because old man going to school like to a shop was just stupid and unbelievable. I didn't like Rosa, because she got violent in this episode, she hit everyone for smallest reason, hitting Carlino for using her methods was hypocritical of her, I guess that's why Carlino is agressive.
As for the Big Hero 6 episode, yeah it was interesting and good that Megan kept their secret. And the villain was interesting even if she did not fight Big Hero 6. Still between female characters of Hiro, I prefer Megan over Kurmi any day
Sorry for replying now, I was tired and needed to rest.
This must be difficult. I also want to various job markets before I found a job, but I succeeded in labor office after 2 years of searching.
You have lot of choices. Duck Knight returns was a good return of Darkwing, Glomtales is a villains assemble, Dangerous Chemistry has interesting story and funny as always Mark Beaks, Storkules in Duckburg was funny thanks to Storkules and Louie. I already spoke about Friendship and Nightmare.
Thanks for the picture. I also prefer Megan over Karmi, becaise the former was never a jealous jerk unlike the latter. Megan is much nicer and much more reasonable, she also has better designed clothes.
One gag I find pretty funny in the Big Hero 6 series is when Baymax is low on power, he acts like he's drunk or something, Still, I know the Big Hero 6 movie was mixed among fans and even I found it pretty okay, but I do like that they made a series on this. Like even if Hiro is smart, he certainlty has his flaws.
I am one of those, who love film Big Hero Six, I like the story, Hiro's character, emotional moments, action scenes, colorful visual effects. I find it more enjoyable than Frozen. Baymax indeed acted funny on low power, he acts like confused and intoxicated.
Hiro is smart and he's a prodigy in robotics, but he's still an early teen, so he makes mistakes, but his flaws makes him believable. Also the film was released same year my mother died, Hiro lost his brother, so I could relate to him back then, because I know how it is to lose beloved close relative.
Still my least liked protagonist is Fred, because his comic relief annoys me instead of making me laugh. I understand his character. His parents are constantly busy, so to recompensate this they purchased comics and toys for him. Because of this, he's immature and impulsive He's spoiled, but still friendly instead of mean and selfish. I think his comics are also his coping mechanism with busy parents.
I like Go Go, for being a strong and independent woman. She's athletic, but also smart and sarcastic and has a nice fashion style. Her magnetic discs are cool in use. I can also relate to Wasabi, because I also prefer to be organized and have clean room, I also like his plasma blades, because I like swords.
You know another villain I find entertaining in Big Hero 6, Hi Voltage. The way the daughter and mother work off each other is just astonding, and sometimes funny. Both of them looking like rejected pop divas. But I guess the pop divas look is the idea for their character. Both of them look like Lady Gaga wil too much bright colors. Where Momakasa is mostly seroiues, Hi Voltage is sometimes for laughs because of how over the top they are, but that is not to say they can still be a threat to Big Hero 6.
To me High Voltage are entertaining as well. The funniest in them are their arguments and big egos. They have cool dancing style and look cool, their electric powers are quite challenging. When Big Hero 6 underestimated them, they were defeated. I'm still glad they caused partial amnesia to this jerk Richardson Mole.
Yeah I can tell if most villains can be either seroiues and threating to villains that can be comical and entertaining. And I'm fine with both. Some can be funny as heck others can be menacing.
Joker from Batman is the prime example that you can do both
Mr. Sprakles from Big Hero 6 is one of them, like onsight he's seems like one of those funny villains because of his Game show host personality, but at the same time he can be a seroies threat because of how psychotic he can be. But yeah that is not to say he can have his moments of hilarity sometimes.
I have a different taste, so Mr. Sparkles isn't funny to me, but annoying. Yama is serious, but not very interesting.
In DT Mark Beaks is also funny and threatening. He acts like a funny cool teen, but he's clever and manipulative. I don't know if it's intentional, but he's a parrot and likes stealing ideas, so he's parrotting other inventors.
I haven't seen this. To be honest, when it's about Clyde, I never expect much. Whitney Wetta wrote it, but after S3 and S4 I think of her as hit or miss writer.
Sisters, who played video games are Lily, Lori, Leni and Lynn (in comics). I'd like to see Lana playing with Lincoln and they both having fun.
Yesterday I was in amateur theatre. There was a funny scene about soldiers, who are so poor to the point they write given commands on soap cubes and socks instead of paper. They couldn't read full command from the soap, because it was used to wash the socks, because one soldier mistook written commands for dirt.
Seen the episode, either that on Jameson since he hates Spider-Man. Still, nothing too great of the episode just pretty standard, except that one funny part where Baymax tried to explain Hiro and Megan's feelings.
So we both agree about this episode. Next episode features Supersonic Sue, but I never liked her.
I am afraid Lincoln in S5 will become a bigger jerk as part of puberty, but writers do this not as part of growing up, but to justify him getting hurt or losing. I don't want Lincoln to be unsympathetic comedy protagonist.
Way the writers write Lincoln now makes me wonder if the writers are just apathetic. S3 and S4 has many recycled scripts. The sisters get development and Lincoln doesn't. Also I think the writers keep introducing new characters like Tiago to hide their lack of ideas for improving the story.
I have no luck in finding Operation Dad and Community Disservice.
I start to think in Marvel Spider-man S2 Spidey having bad blood with Avengers is an allusion to Disney arguing with Sony.
In DT I'd like to see an episode focused on Donald and Della arguing about their parenting methods. I imagine Dewey siding with mom, because he's an adventure hungry, when his uncle is overprotective for understandable reason. Louie would side with uncle, because he doesn't like his mom punishing in Timephoon. Huey is difficult to predict, but he would side with uncle, because his mom is a total stranger to him.
Creators of DT keep telling that in family arguments nobody is supposed to be completelly right or wrong. It didn't stop fans from taking sides in Timephoon. One side thinks Della is in no position to punish Louie after doing similar mistakes, another side thinks she had every right to punish him. I think Della was reckless in past, so she knows the best how dangerous is this, grounding Louie isn't a hypocrisy, but using own experience to judge actions of own children.
Sometimes I wonder if the triplets' personalities are like they are due to nature or nurture. The creators said that Louie was lazy even as an egg. I guess Huey is logical and responsible, because he spent lot of time as Woodhock member (I fail to spell it). Dewey simply felt Donald was holding him back too much, so too much safety made him hungry for adventure and thrill.
Thanks for the link. The episode was nice to watch, Lola needed 10h of community service to be accepted in another pagent, so she served as new student buddy. She helped the new student only to help herself, but realized her selfishness, but I don't think it was that selfish. She disqualified herself like Lincoln in Kings (sorry for mentioning it).
Gag with losing signal to delay what Arturo wants to say annoyed me as much as Ronnie. Bobby was so happy, when he learned his dad visits them. Strange that only Ronnie came to the airport to get her dad, Bobby also should be there, maybe it's to safe animation costs. Ronnie seemed annoyed by her cousins hogging her dad similar to Maria's case in Vacation Daze. Nice that Ronnie tried to hang out with her dad and give him fun, expect for the stray cat and the wrestler. Every time they hugged each other was cute. Ronnie looks nice as a rebel, I knew she pretends a bad girl to give her dad a reason to stay. Sid had cute little monkey in her school locker. Ronnie and her friends acted hooligans and victim nicely, but her dad is smart enough to see she pretended. The episode ended well, I'm surprised Arturo decided to stay in the city. I guess Hector dislikes Arturo, because he divorced his daughter, what he treats as a high disrespect, but maybe we'll see reason behind this bad blood.
I like this episode a lot, I can't complain about it.
A pretty good episode and defiantly a good first choice for a 30 minute Special. You understand Ronnie Anne's desire to see her dad more and the plans she comes up with are good and funny at times. Not to mention Punk Ronnie Anne looks awesome. Also, the ending lesson is a good one for both parents and kids, one I've seen done many times before in shows featuring kids with divorced or busy parents
However, one nitpick I have with the episode, but it is a weird gripe. It's the fact that everyone thought Ronnie Anne couldn't pull of being a bad kid and as someone he knew her when she was first introduced as a bully or at least an antagonist I'm think, um yeah she can be bad what is the matter with the rest of you not seeing that. This really irked me in the episode. Now I'm not saying Ronnie Anne is evil or a super bad kid, but given her personality and what we've seen of her in the past, not just with Lincoln, but also other people at Royal Woods School seemingly being afraid of her, I can believe she could go bad, at least temporarily. It's the same with Lynn and Lola, I don't think their bad and all of the Louds have shown they can get angry and lose it when pushed far enough, but it seems to happen to characters like Lynn and Lola the most. Thus, I can see them or Ronnie Anne becoming bad and actually pulling of the bad girl look. So, I'm kind of mad that the other characters were so stupid as to not believe Ronnie Anne could be bad.
Another grip I have is while it really confirmed Maria and Arturo really are divorced, which brings me to one of my nitpicks. Maria herself does not make much appearance in the episode. Even so, her and Arturo just act like awkward strangers, rather then a ex-married couple. I do wish there could have been more of a interaction. Not saying that they needed to be sour against each other like any ex-couple, but there could have been much more.
Now you say this, it also bothered me that nobody suspected Ronnie for being a bully earlier. In Shell Shock Maria acted like she saw only good side of her daughter, this made me think Ronnie keeps mask at home good. Also I thought Maria is too much overworked to notice flaws of her daughter.
Heavy Meddle is infamous for giving outdated myth that bully girl has crush on her target, this was just poor man's Helga Pataki. Helga at least has believable excuses, Ronnie doesn't. Also Lincoln sisters standing and watching him beaten by Ronnie and not protecting him gave me sour taste. The best is to forget this episode.
I think Rita and Lynn Sr are that neglectful that they don't notice Lynn Jr and Lola's bad behaviors. At least they notice Luan's problems during April Fools Days.
Arturo and Maria not interacting much bothered me a bit. I was surprised she goes to spa, when her ex comes.
Have you watched Big Hero 6 ep Major Blast? I have.
I was sceptical, when I read description, because it focues on Fred and he's my least favorite main character. He met an enemy targeting him, but he wasn't ready to fight him, so he asked Gogo to train him. I liked how she kept calling him out for things that annoy me in him. Initially I thought Major Blast wanted to kill Fred as Boss Awesome's son just like Steam Baron. Later I thought Fred's dad or buttler is disguised as Major Blast to make Fred motivated for self-improvement, but I didn't expect Fred's mom to be behind this. I don't know what to think about this episode, what do you think about it?
Generally second half of S2 isn't interesting, it feels directionless, the first half with Diane Amara as main antagonist was better. The only good eps were about Hardlight, Momakase taking back her swords and Megan discovering identities of the heroes.
At home I had to play a plumber. I mean my kitchen sink got clogged, so I disassembled pipes and cleaned them. I had also more pleasant fixing activity. By my own hads and screwdriver I fixed my gamepad and spared neccessity to buy a new one. The best home activity to me was baking own bread.
I joke about S4 Lincoln thinking, In A Mutt Above Charles killed good Lincoln and he got replaced with braindead jerk Lincoln.
Well I certainlty am honored that it still gets menteioned even after completion.
BTW, I may have another BIS commission, this time of Lincoln getting fed up with his sisters victoreies that he starts complaining to Clyde. You remember the chapter where Clyde ask Lincoln if he was jeloues of his sisters?
And yeah, It really is unfunny let alone doe snot make sense.
Also one episode I recmend you watch on TMNT 2012 is Tales of Yokai, it's a good episode that shows how the seeds of Splinter and Shredder's riverly was formed.
Sadly that is how Holleywood is sometimes, by choosing one good over the other. And is it werid to say that I fee bad for Daffy most of the time where Bugs gets all the spotlight and he gets the shaft.
Another episode on TMNT, I recomend is the episode, Trans-Dimensional-Turtles. Like the last episode it blend old and new school, and brings back the classic VA of Karng. Gags and all, I'm sure it would be a treat.
Thanks for the link. I like this Stella even without her trademark hairstyle.
I saw descriptions of upcoming eps, they sound like recycling scripts. This motivates me to return to write fanfics, which aren't recycled plots.
Purrfect Gig - Luna takes care of Clyde's kittens only to learn how hard it is. Just like 2 boys and baby.
Write and Wrong - Rita forces her kids to act perfect, so she would get a newspaper collumn about parenting advice. Sounds like combo of Future Tense, Picture Perfect and A Mutt Above/Toads and Tiaras.
Flea Market is a bad episode. I never cared for Lori with Bobby ship, so I didn't feel excited. Ronnie with CJ were flanderized into obnoxious brats like Carl and Bobby's paranoia took better of him. Only the ending was good, when Lori called Bobby out for this.
First half of How to Train Carl was gross, too much of nasty humor, do the writers think it's funny? Second half was way better, because it was cool to see Becca in action.
Thanks a lot for the link. The episode is simple, but cute. It's ironic Ronnie wanted Carlitos to copy her, after she got annoyed with Carl copying her. It was cute, when Ronnie tried to make her baby cousin like her, but Ronnie learned to be careful what she wishes, because Carlitos refused to do anything without Ronnie. Second half focuses on Ronnie trying get rid of him, what reminded Roll Model. Perhaps I like first half of the episode, because it reminded me of my fanfic Lucy's Birth, because there baby Lucy liked Lincoln so much that she wanted to be with him constantly, even sleep with him.
Why am I not suprised, since he no longer has much interest in the show as much. Like the Goth club I think is pretty cool, but everything else is just dull, not bad just not something to be invested in.
Also TMNT 2012, you should watch the episode, Lone Rat and Cubs, the complete original on the TMNT and Yoshi and how they came to be.
I watched Lone Rat and Cubs. Baby turtles were so adorable, I couldn't distinguish them except for Mikey, who had freckles. Now we know origin of crack on Raph's shell. It was heartwarming, when Splinter was protecting the turtles. This episode also reminded me how I hate Kraangs, because of their annoying talking and never shutting up. This episode would be a good very first episode. One of the turtles chewing screw like pacifier is supposed to be funny, but I find it disturbing.
I'm odd fan of tmnt, becase I never hated tv show Hero Turtles Next Mutation or Venus, as a young kid I saw introducing new characters as a progress.
Looking back I give it credit for the props and costumes, but the show did not last very long and when the live action turtles movie came out in the 1990, it made that one feel inferior even if the next mutation came later. The ratings were not strong enough for Fox to want to continue spending money producing the show. Then years later the 2003 series came to past
Deep Cuts - not boring, but also not interesting. This is just repetitive. Principal Rivers is spineless and weak-willed for a principal, her assisstant is more competent. Sam and her friends returned, but they didn't do much. Most screentime is for Lori, Luna and Luan, rest of characters are just additions.
Game Off - Much better episode, good for Sammie Crowley. Lana played Lincoln's game despite he told her to not to, she ruined all his efforts by losing the game. She asked the sisters to distract Lincoln from the game, so she would fix her mistakes. Lincoln surely had good time with Lucy. He figured out that Lola is up to something, because he knows she's nice only when it benefits her. Lincoln found out that Lana ruined his game score. He was understandably upset, but he only told her to leave him alone, good that he didn't do anything what his sisters thought he'd do to Lana. They made up in the end, I wish the episode was longer so there would be more bonding between Lincoln and Lana.
Yeah I really like how Game Off does not take any chances of Lincoln's reaction, rather then forgive easily kind of reaction. It feels like season one episode. With minor scenarios really blown out of proportion. And for the first time, the shoe is on the other foot of one of the sisters doing something wrong to Lincoln, instead of always Lincoln who does something wrong. But everything does work out well in the end. So yeah I think this was a nice episode.
Once again, Lincoln has a pointless role in the episode. It felt like High school musical vibe, Camp Rock or one of those old Disney on high school and trying to save something, I got from Deep Cuts. Still, at least Deep Cuts ends with positive note rather then just saying "screw one over the other, or they were right all along" and the girls do suffer consequences for their actions. Though the singing was a bit much. So I consider it being okay, but I liked Game Off a lot better
It's undeniable that Game Off is better than deep cuts. Lincoln's reaction on Lana's misdeed is quite realistic and he doesn't go overboard, he just tells Lana to leave. He worked hard on something and she ruined it. This episode has premise similar to Tea Tale Heart, because in both episodes younger sibling ruined something valuable to older siblings.
I agree Lincoln was needless in Deep Cuts, he was there just to remind he exists. Viewers on LH wikia argue about the sisters not working together from the start and say that there was too much conflict and too few of solving it. The girls don't really suffer consequnces, because they give idea how amass cash for restoring the damages and don't seem to dislike this. They get redemption, but not punishment. Principal Rivers is the worst character of the episode, because she's such a pushover and can't make decisions on her own.
It's a nice change of pace to see the shoe on the other foot, since most episodes it's Lincoln who does something wrong and he has to try to fix it before it's too late. This time it is one of the sisters
Lola in Tea Tale Heart did something wrong and tried to fix this, I mean Lucy's doll. Earlier we had episodes, where all siblings messed up like Fed Up.
Lincoln's haters like FreeSpirit and Reg1992 believe that Lincoln made Lana do his chores as punishment, when he only told her to leave him alone. They call Lana a victim of Lincoln's slave labor. I don't know if they are serious about it or just want to annoy Lincoln's fans.
Have you watched any MCU web shows like Daredevil or Agents of Shield? I haven't watched any. After seeing Cloak and Dagger in Marvel Spider-man I consider watching their show. I heard that in upcoming Falcon and Winter Soldier Zemo will return in his iconic purple mask.
Really, no he didn't nor did he ask for it. I 'll admit it was uneeded of Lana, but she did it anyway. I can't tell if they are joking or just want to paint Lincoln in a negative light. But I really did not see that in Game Off.
And I seen Daredevil, but not Agents of SHIELD, but am interested in Falcon and Winter Soldier
I agree with many things he pointed out, like Heavy Meddle and Save the Date, one gives outdated and stupid moral about bully's crush and another shows Lori's worst. I don't rewatch this episodes. I used to like Ronnie, because I thought she stopped bullying and pranking Lincoln, but she kept doing this, so I stopped liking her. MrEnter said that Lola is a good character, because she's a bratty girl who faces consequences and learns from her mistakes. Sadly rest of the Louds are one note/one joke characters. Like he said there is a lot of cheap humor and in first 2 season were too much of mean-spiritness. Skipping eps about not liked characters sounds like a smart advice, for example I didn't watch Love Birds, because I don't care about the pets. Sadly I can't skip many eps about Clyde, because I would skip most eps with Lincoln. Clyde steals too much screentime despite not giving plot much progress.
Just continue to watch the Casagrandes without worrying about her past. If the series wants to make her clean and a complete angel, even if that is not good writing then so be it. So do what I do, look at it as it's own series rather then a spin off. But I guess that is hard to do at times considering that it came from Loud House. Still, don't let old wounds bother you too much, I don't.
That's a good advice, but hard to realize. Ignoring what Ronnie did in S1, in S3 she kept pranking Lincoln and Lincoln was made a massochist as excuse to tolerate it. That's sick and I don't buy it. It's hard, but I'll try to treat Casagrandes as separate show.
I remember when you said that it's strange that nobody in her family noticed Ronnie can be a bully before she dresses as punk. I explain this as Maria being overworked and Arturo being in Peru.
Lynn is a harder case, because many still remember Sitting Bull, what first shows her as a terrible babysitter and in the end of this episode it tries to paint her as innocent girl, who just needed a rude family to use her rude ways. Middle Men explains why she's like she's, but doesn't excuse her. Hero Today Gone Tomorrow gives her a development, but in Racing Hearts she behaves like she forgot her lessons. In Goods Sport the first half Lynn just wanted a companion to watch sports, but in the second half she reminded me those football hooligans, who hate and insult those, who cheer for different team, because of philosophy "with us or against us".
Luan is mostly remembered for her April Fools episodes, then eps that try to redeem her, but this goes over and over again, so it's hard to feel sympathy for Luan. No Laughing Matter shows that she has no other personality except for comedy, she doesn't try anything new or improvement. Head Poet Anxiety and Funny Business show different Luan. Later poorly written Stage Plight and Pimple Plan don't add much to her.
I was looking back at the last episode of S1, and I also like how they made Magica somewhat comedic at times while still being a threatening bad guy. Also you have to admit, it is pretty funny the way in S1 where she's rubbing her victory in Scrooge's face while he's stuck in the dime
I don't see this as funny, but simply as typical villain gloating. I saw villains gloating so many times that it doesn't impress me anymore. I'm happy that you find joy in this. Thing is I have different sense of humor than you.
This Magica is more focused on revenge than stealing Scrooge's dime to become more powerful. Later she wants to restore her magical power. She has more interesting clothes - a long dress and cape are cooler than a simple dress.
Have you watched Big Hero 6 S2 finale? I have and it was amazing.
I knew Trina will be final antagonist, because it was foreshadowed in previous episodes. I believed Krei Tech was competent enough to make police combat robot, but it turned out it's Obake's tech. Then I was sure it's Trina, she surprised me a lot because most of her plan was made off screen and the heroes were busy fighting other villains. I like how Megan and Hiro sneaked like ninja to the police station and how Megan called her dad out, finally she opened his eyes. Too bad later Megan was reduced to damsel in distress, on one side it's cliche but on another she's not a fighter to protect herself from giant robots. Hiro gave the biggest surprise of all, literally, because it was Mega Max. I guess resources came from Fred's fortune. The final battle was spectacular and ending was pretty sweet.
I have seen it and I thought it was great of everyone coming together. I know the show is ordered for a third season, but this litterally feels like series finale. So I am looking forward to seeing how the thrid season will go, now that Hiro's teams graduated
To me it can be series finale, but if 3rd season is coming, then may the writers put lot of efforts in quality of the story. I like S2 more than S1, because S2 has more coherent stories and better pacing, also thanks to sharing the season on arcs, I don't feel the stories go too long. Also Obake was boring for main villain, when Liv Amara and Trina were more interesting. Also S2 had more shades of grey. I have to admit S1 introduced cool villains like Momakase or Globby or High Voltage, also gave the heroes more depths.
Still no info about Ducktales S3 release, let's hope it airs in Ferbuary.
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I'm somehow excited for upcoming LH Valentine's Day eps. Both Lynn and Clyde need development. However I remember previous romantic episodes and they were done poorly except for Sam and Luna. This makes me think the writers put effort only in Sam and Luna's relationship, when they are apathetic about the rest couples. Lori and Bobby are cheesy cliche, Luan and Benny are shallow, Leni and Chaz are underused, all of Lincoln's love interests turned out to go nowhere.
Write and Wrong sound like repeating Future Tense, but at least it's a chance to give Rita focus, because I find her unfairly underused compare to her overexposed husband. I don't think good about Purrfect Gig, because it sounds like the writers are out of ideas.
I no longer watch the Simpsons, but I just remembered one of the worst scenes. Sudden death of Krusty's father. It's supposed to be a dark comedy, but there is nothing funny. It's sudden, cheap, lazy, lacks any emotional depth and it show that the writers are desperate to do anything stupid for sake of a poor joke. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaqkeeoaE-g
I finally read "Unsure" chapter of Last Summer. It's quite realistic description of Lincoln's insecurity of having a crush on Agnes. He saw a romantic movie and started looking for similarities between fiction and reality. Lori through phone was helpful to Lincoln, even as older she likes teasing him.
Clyde's episode is perhaps the best of his episodes, because it gave him a development and changed status quo. His friends were supportive and the episode gives important message to accept rejections and try finding new love interests, when they don't return feelings. Minor thing, but Stella danced nicely. Chloe looks even prettier than Emma, Clyde is so lucky.
Lynn's episode is quite nice. Her derby friends weren't ashamed to date ones of different race or same gender. Lynn felt left out, because she didn't have a boyfriend. Her way of finding a boyfriend was weird, she's like Amazon seeking for Hercules. She eventually found Dexter, but they had nothing in common except for feeling bad that they are singles. Moral of the story is to not rush in finding your second half, many of my friends keep telling me this. Good it was explained by her that Lynn's first crush was a mistake, so there is no continuity error. Oh, wait, Grant is working for Burpin Burger again, it was never shown that he left Lynn Sr's restaurant. The thing that bothered me was the small boy that kept messing around.
I find Clyde's episode better than Lynn's episode. What's your opinion?
Your right, both episode does give both characters development. Rather then just being pandering nonsense that leads nowhere but unfunny gags.
In the Lynn episode, the lovey dovey stuff was too in your face for my taste. I don't hate romance, but also don't like the way it's rubbed in your face so often. part of me did relate with Lynn about always being the third wheel on friends hang out. Like I may go on dates, but I'm never too mushy about it. And also glad that the episode did not end with Lynn or Dexter to spite one another, since nobody is unlikeable in the episode.Like "Look at us, aren't we the perfect couple." Yeah we get it. And to be fair, I would also be annoyed if I was always a third wheel on my friends get together.
As for the Clyde episode, credit to giving a very mature lesson on the painfulness of rejection. But everything does work out in the end.
I see why you can relate to Lynn in her episode. I also don't feel comfortable as 3rd wheel. Lynn seems to have a strong need to belonging to her sport groups. Maybe it's because her friends have more fitting personalities than her family, but this is very common. Lynn and Dexter choosed to be ok as exes, because they don't have much in common, what's mature for them.
Clyde had to deal with rejection, but later was found by a new girl. It's like the fate wants to give Clyde some happiness after sadness. Clyde wanted to be sure Emma likes him, so he asked his friends to check her. She doesn't return his feelings, so his reaction was quite realistic, because he's young and emotional. Chloe saying she likes him was cute and how they danced together and exchanged headwears.
I watched the Owl House, not a bad series so far. I expected a fanasty adevnture, and it's kind of like it, but anything epic magical is mostly a joke throughout the series. Also, we have another Hispanic main lead character just like Star had Marco. But she's charming and likeable with an actieve imagination even if most thinks she's coo coo
I tried the series, because my friend TMNT1987Dude spoke positive things about it, so I wanted to check it. Luz is actually Dominican American, she's very creative, but her unorthodox imagination makes her too "weird" to have real friends, she needed to visit a fantasy world to find friends. She read too many fantasy books, so she wants to experience such adventure herself. The show seems trying to deliver messages about not putting restrictions on creative people and to not mistreat odd ones, just because they are different. Positive message so far.
I try to watch Netflix sci-fi mystery series Stranger Things, but it's quite slow to watch.
Sadly the plot description already sounds bad, because sabotaging sisters' plans for x-mas by Lincoln and Clyde is very selfish. The sisters have their own lives and they ruin their plans. It's hypocritical after episodes, where Lincoln complained about the sisters ruining his planned activities.
You know what the ending for Stall Moniter reminds me of? That one Simpsons episode, Bart gets a Z, where Bart gets Mrs. Krabappel fired from spiking her drink. Then when she gets her job back she punishes him by making him eat her bad muffins. Maybe it's its just me
I never watched this episode, but it doesn't remind me Stall Monitor.
There is an episode, where Lisa's new teacher mistreats Lisa for no reason until Bart drove her insane to make her leave. In the end she revealed why she treated Lisa like a dirt, but the reason was pretty shallow. Because Lisa was blond. If she envied Lisa as prodigy, it would be more understandable.
I hope LH S5 won't have an episode, where Lincoln's new teacher mistreats Lincoln and gives him Fs despite doing his homework just because he's brother of a sister, who wronged the teacher. Ex. Luan pranked the teacher or Lynn bullied the teacher's child.
Pretty sure LH won't have episodes about a person disliking another person for no reason, not even a stupid reason.
Maybe the episode was jab at the Lisa fanbase which many do not like her. I mean she has become too much of a know-it-all, so the fact that a new teacher would possiably understand her only to not like her.
Lisa is popular in China and Japan for being a buddhist and an ace student and there children see her as a role model. The show makers use Lisa mainly to please Chinese audience, because for years China is seen as the most profitable client for entertainment. In USA and Europe is hated for being know-it-all preaching hypocrite and forcing everyone to share her believes and not accepting theirs.
I never watched E My Sports, but I heard this episode is another nail to her coffin, because she ruined Bart's potential success again. She keeps doing this so many times that audience started disliking Lisa for living at cost of Bart's happiness.
The Loud House is shorter, but I started seeing that the sisters also live at cost of Lincoln's happiness. I thought 2nd half of season 2 ended this, but then Kings happened, where the writers decided to make Lincoln a jealous talentless loser again, what destroyed his character.
I may have a controversial opinion, but I think S3 is better than S4, because S3 has the biggest development in focus on the sisters, continuity and changing status quo. S3 is infamous for recycling old scripts, but S4 keeps doing this even more and doesn't change status quo as much. S4 seems like reached point of stagnation. I think the writers recycle old episodes out of apathy.
So Carl used Rosa's myth about boogeyman to make a scary tour as his business. It worked on naive people, but not Ronnie, like she was the only sane person here. Because she kept saying its all fake, she kept ruining fun, so Carl tricked her into buying hot dogs, so he could get rid of her. This was clever, but very mean. Also scaming Vito into buying apple juice spray. When he met the boogeyman, I initially thought it's Ronnie, but when she appeared, I started guessing it's Rosa, because of same body shape, hieght and she knows this myth. Carl was suck a sleazy jerk in this episode, that I didn't feel sorry for him getting in troubles. He actually deserved such scare, even if its questionable.
Rosa cooking Sergio and Nelson in toilet were creepy scenes, it's not a good example of dark humor. Ronnie and Bobby had nice time with Arturo, but the cutest was the siblings sleeping in the same bed. I understand Rosa's fears, but like Maria and Hector said, she's paranoid. Making Casagrande appartment cool, so the kids would stay was nice, but making Arturo's home look bad was a big jerk move. I guess bumbel on Bobby's head made him even dumber.
Both episodes were enjoyable, but comedy wasn't funny enough to me.
Looks like both episodes plays with character's paranoia, but in a good way. Since unlike LH, it's not overdone. Yeah not many funny things about the episode. Carl getting scared was more for Karma sake then comedy. And yeah, just because a couple is divoucve does not mean they will try to get full custudy over the kids, because Arture time with his kids is long over due if you ask me.
Like Thor said in T Ragnarok, Lincoln needs to hear something similar to improve: Oh dear, brother, you're becoming predictable. [...] See, life is about growth, it's about change, but you... you seem to just want to stay the same. I guess what I'm trying to say is that you'll always be the God of Mischief, but you could be more.
I just watched the first episode of Netflix animation Glitch Techs.
An Asian and a Latin American characters as protagonist are quite original combination. Oh wait, Ronnie Anne and Sid Chang already were before. I don't know which protagonist is cooler, because both are cool in their own ways.
The show reminds me anime Digimon Savers, because Glitch Techs is about humans fighting virtual monsters that came to real world, but the difference is humans fight by themselves instead of using other monsters. Also in both shows the humans erease memories of accidental witnesses a la Man in Black.The show has a start of typical anime, it's not bad. However I doubt I'll watch later episodes, because it's too flashy, I need sunglasses to watch it.
Fun fact, it is created by the same guy of that show Fanboy and Chum Chum. And I think the show has more of a Ghostbuster vibe to it.
One thing is for sure, Miko is my favorite character and her and Five have really good chemistry. I don't think the show will win everyone, but I do like watching it. They are both likeable characters.
And you sure you don't sit very close to the TV or do you have really sensetive eyes? I were eyeglasses, so I never thought it was too flashy to me
When I get a chance to watch next eps, then I'll do this. Miko is a nice girl, but hyperactive. Her colorful hair are just cool. Five is responsible, but also has passion for games. They are much better than Mitch, who's just blinded by his arrogance.
There are 3 fanfics I work on.
My friend Austria-Man gave me an idea for fanfic, where Lola invites her friends on tea party and Lincoln serves as butler. She wants to prove she deserves to be in their lady club, her brother wanted to help her.
Not long ago another fanfic idea came to my head. Lincoln argues with Renee at school, they start fighting and he accidentally leads to her injures. Because she's too injured to walk, Lincoln has to come to her to give her lessons she misses at school. This is a chance for those enemies to become friends.
3rd idea is another missing adventure story, Lincoln with Lucy and the twins get lost in another town and try to return home. This time Lincoln is the oldest sibling in charge and has to experience how hard it is. Sadly what I imagined only is he arguing with Lola about his (in)competency, his patience ends and he shouts that like it or not, he's her only chance to survive and being in charge is harder than it looks.
I know Mitch's purpose, but lets hope he doesn't behave unlikable too long or too often. Remember the blond cop from RoboCop, who kept antagonizing the titular character? Mitch seems to be just like him.
Glich Techs is like fusion of ghostbusters, Matrix and Digimon.
Thank you for the links.
Alec's Schwimmer's return isn't so great, because his Bird has Flown is a bad episdoe. It's too gross and it's hard to see Bobby as a bad guy, because Sergio is obnoxious and proud of it. It's surprising his family cries for him, knowing how jerkish he is. Instead of improving his behavior, he uses emotional blackmail on Bobby. For comedy Hector does non-sensical things like giving title employee of month to ones, who don't work for him. Sergio is a freeloader pet and the baloon is not even alive. CJ looking for Sergio in toilet makes sense, because he's a kiddie kid, but Maria as adult looking for Sergio in Lalo's mouth makes no sense. Minor thing, but Rosa hitting Carlino with shoe makes her look too much like an abusive grandmother. Carlino caused damages, but he's a kid and nobody calls Rosa out for using corporal punishments. Rosa will soon be compared to Homer Simpson.
Trend Game was much more interesting. Ronnie's friends from City Slickers finally got some justice and they have screentime. They are bigger variety than Lincoln's friends. I can relate to Ronnie not being familiar with newest trends, because at school I always had problems, because of not knowing what was popular back then. Going to abandoned subway and meeting rats forming an aligator was cool. I don't get why Sid's subplot of shaving an animal and getting punished for this was even involved, if her shaved head gets back to normal quickly. Poor Laird is perhaps an expy of Lincoln as the unluckiest boy. This trend of him getting treated like a carpet repeated 3 times and it wasn't funny. In the end this episode is between average and good, it would be good if jokes were better.
That is only a part of an online comic from Javi called, "It's not my fault"
For the episodes Trend Game was okay, but felt like a rehash of City Slickers of Ronnie Anne once again trying to be cool, when her friend already accepted her. And could have more of Carlota. But I'll take what I can get.
For the Bird has Flown, yeah I was not a fan of this one either. I like Alec but this episode is a step back from his other good works, not a good combat. It's just needless mediocre pandering even for Alec Swhwimmer. A former writer of LH. And everyone's stupidity over Sergio was not funny. And wow, Bobby has Lori underwear was just weird and distubring. I don't know if they were trying to make the Casagrandes blind to the fact that the fake Sergio was not the real one was the joke, but it really does not work and was stupid and out of character for all of them. You'd think the family would have more sympathy for Bobby considering Sergio can be a nuisance at times. Suddenly this episode makes Making the Grade look good.
Now many can argue Loud House has also did the "obvious disguise" kind of joke. he difference is Luan KNEW they were fake. I find it hard to believe that an entire family could fall for that. And plus, Lincoln was the only outlier in that episode, and they were stunt doubles were the only sublte ones.
When I think about it, indeed Trend Game was like rehash of City Slickers. I expected more of Carlota.
I couldn't believe it was Alec Schwimmer's work. Drone disguised as Sergio was a stupid idea, its hard to believe only Lalo was smart enough to see it. Bobby's underwear make him look like a creepy man obsessed on a woman. I saw in tv psychopates with lot of photos of their obsessive love interest. I thought Casagrandes are smarter and more sensitive than Louds, it's hard to believe nobody tried to comfort Bobby after Sergio kept making troubles for him. I think both eps Bird and Grade are equally bad.
Speaking of Grade, it turned out Seńor Class will be about Hector going back to school as Ronnie's classmate. Another recycled script. I wish there was an episode about Carlota and Bobby, because they almost never interacted. VIPeeved will focus on her, she thinks her family will embarass in front of a famous musician. This sounds familiar to House Music, Picture Perfect and upcoming Write and Wrong.
I realized that LH can be what I want it to be only in fanfics. What I dislike about modern LH is recycling old scripts too much, gross humor, stupid acts of usualy smart characters, getting less realistic, overuse of Clyde as Lincoln's yesman following him like shadow.
Carlota as main protagonist of the episode is the main reason I'll watch this episode. I think she's deeper than a fashionista annoyed by her brothers to the point she wants a sister. I'm also interested in what kind of man her boyfriend Diego is. I guess he's a contrast to Bobby as Lori's boyfriend.
Well she does blog a lot, and we will have to see in terms of possiable boyfriends. Hopefully, he is not just a typical nice guy.
Bobby is framed as the bad guy with what happened I didn’t like, since Sergio did have it coming. Not to mention everyone being worried about Sergio seemed off to me, now sure their a family and love each other, but this is the same bird who blackmailed the entire family earlier in the season and who like two episodes ago was willing to throw Rosa under the bus when she was found out about the sabotage, just to save himself, so I think them being so worried right off the bat made no sense.
Yeah I don't think just because a trope exist, the character stupidity is excused. General rule of thumb, if the audience can see through it, then there's no excuse for the characters to not see through, even as a joke it does not work.
Unless the character is literally blind or the subject is a picture perfect shapeshifter and the characters are unaware of it (and that's a trope for another time)
At least in Spongebob it works, because Spongebob isn't exactly the brightest
In Avatar universe, who do you think was the worst avatar?
I often hear that Korra was the worst and Toph said it. I think Toph was exaggerating, she just likes insulting people for fun and the fandom judges her too harshy. I think Kuruk was the worst, because he was too lazy to do his duties, he himself admited that his inactions lead to death of his beloved by demon Koh. Korra wasn't comptent enough to do all by herself, but at least she tried to save the world and she indirectly restored airbenders. She also learned that world isn't black and white.
I heard another Avatar story was released, Rise of Kyoshi. I thought it's a comic, but it's a book. I liked Kyoshi back in Avatar.
Hard to say considering that most of the past Avatars aside from Aang and Korra don't have a lot of screen time. I admit Korra is flawed but not the worse. Korra just tends to try so hard without making things worst
The show makers wanted to create Korra as contrast to Aang. He's an optimistic pacifist, who has strong connection to the spirits, he wanted to escape from his destiny of avatar and never wanted to kill. She prefers combat, she has weak connection to spiirts, she wanted to embrace her destiny of avatar and didn't have much problem with killing evils like Unavattu. Korra was overconfident and didn't think through, that's why she caused many troubles. She had good intentions in uniting world of spirits and humans, but didn't expect damages this caused.
Sony tries to make it's own MCU by adapting stories of Spider-man's foes, but their first film Venom despite impressive box office was very cringe. Sony's Marvel tries to be dark and brutal as contrast to colorful and optimistic MCU.
Half of Fox's X-men films series are good in their own ways thanks to dark topics and well utylization of quite unique characters and their out box powers. However Disney caused Fox to join their empire.
So far I think Warner's DC has the biggest chances to compete with Disney's Marvel. What do you think about it?
Finally it's more clear when Ducktales S3 gets released. It's April 2020. It's obvious F.O.W.L. will be main antagonists, so Beackly will have big focus. However I wish Huey and Donald got focus as well. They didn't get much screen time and especially Donald, who was replaced by Della and he was away from most of adventures. Golmgold was villain, who appeared most often, it's time to give more backstory to Mark Beaks. However most likely Gandra and Black Heron are going to appear most often. Duckefeler will likely be focused on getting unfrozen.
In Ducktales I'm ok with including Darkwing to Ducktales universe, but other 90s shows like Telespin or Rescue Ranger or Goofy are far too much. I am not ok with this, because as a kid I didn't like those shows.
DC team learn from their mistakes, they decided to stop rushing in building their cinematic universe.
Sony risks a lot by making films about Spider-man's forgotten foes.
Thanks for the episodes, what do you think of them? I don't think they were enjoyable.
VIPeed reminds Careal Offender, because in both cases families of the protagonists came only to make mess and disturb the protagonist. Lincoln's sisters are kids, but among Carlotas family are adults, so they don't have excuse to act like children. It also reminds House Music, because both Luna and Carlota was afraid of her family embarassing her in front of their idols. Carlota tried to apologize her family, but the family said thet should apologize and they were right, because they were messing around. Alisa Barela is well designed, especially her color changing hair. Speaking of hair, it was cool, when Carlota whiped Carl with her pony tail like game character Shantae.
I knew Seńor Class is copy of Making the Grade. I can't blame Ronnie and Carl for getting mad, when their grandfather kept embarassing them. I start to think Hector isn't a smart man, because everyone would know it's humiliating for them. Sergio calling Carl made me dislike the bird even more. Like Hector said, the kids could have just told him about their problems instead of causing mess at mercado. Why is communication so poor in this universe? From the start I thought Hector should be homeschooled by Carlos, I didn't expect Rosa to be his teacher.
I thought it was a nice episode. I really do not think VI Peeved is anything like Cearel Offender. I mean. Was Carlota blamed unfairly, No? Did she get in trouble, No? I'm pretty sure any fans would go crazy gaga if they met someone famous. And Alisa Barela is a real life musician guest staring on the CG.
As for Senior Class, I should have known you would have these thoughts. And again, this is episode is nothing like Making the Grade and I think your reading too hard into this like Cearel Offender. But overall I liked it. One, the episode was not trying to make Ronnie look unlikeable unlike Making the Grade. Two, I've seen this kind of plot before and it's useal played for laughs as it's done here without sounding mean or going too far. I mean these are harmless compared to the stuff in Loud House. And Ronnie AAnne is not vilified unfairly in the episode. and unlike MTG this episode actually didn’t paint anyone involved as a true villain, as Lisa was making life miserable for the entire class, thus vilifying her, yet Lincoln was also vilified for trying to stop her even through he had justifiability given it was affecting the whole class and not just him personally. But here Hector is only personally embarrassing Ronnie Anne and Carl so he’s a lot more likeable then Lisa was and unlike Lincoln.
I understand differences you put, thanks to them I can see those episodes differently.
I compared VIPeeved to this episode, because Carlota's family was messing around like Lincoln's sisters in grocery store. That's all where it's similar. I also compare it to House Music, because Carlota like Luna wanted her family to not screw up her meeting with famous singer.
I like Careal Offender episode, because Lincoln chasing the brat was fun to watch. Infamous scene of the sisters ruining everything is fixed by the sisters purchasing careal for Lincoln.
I compared Seńor Class to Making the Grade, because Hector kept embarassing his grandkids like Lisa kept embarassing Lincoln. You're right that in this episode nobody is a big jerk to Ronnie or Carl except for Sergio, but he's the different matter. I just thought of Hector was stupid for an old man, because he behaved like he didn't know he's embarassing his grandkids. You're right he's better than Lisa, a bumbling one is better than killjoy. Also ending is different, because Hector is homeschooled and that's a solution, when Lisa returned to kindergarten, making whole her episode pointless.
I heard that no new LH eps will be in March or April. It seems April belongs to Ducktales.
I heard that “Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times.” Then I believe current hard times will make us stronger, so we could survive.
I'm not a pessimist, because I have hope that the outbreak will be defeated this spring, because I believe modern medicine is advanced enough.
You should be so quick to put episodes down just because they have elements you don't like. I'm not saying you should like them, but just observe how they are portrayed.
That was a pretty funny scene in VI Peeved where Maria confessed to sneaking out to concerts only to have Rosa ground her. It's funny because it's not supposed to be taken seroiuesly.
And I guess we will just have to see, maybe April might be their month of break.
And for the virus, I tell people, don't panic or be scared, be caution, but don't be scared.
I'll take your advice. I know this scene isn't supposed to be taken seriously, so I didn't take it. It's an old and barred case, that's why.
I don't panic, because I don't meet other people except for my work office. I purchase food supplies for a week to minimize going outside.
I imagined a dark scene. Lynn Jr takes part in eating hot chilli contest. She wins, but when she returns home she can't feel taste of food, because this chilli burned her taste buds. Luan comments it as pyro-ic victory.